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Resources to Support Your Leadership

Tomorrow is June 19th. On June 19, 1865, the news of President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, officially instituted on January 1, 1863, reached the last enslaved people in America. Each year the 19th of June, also known as Juneteenth and Emancipation Day, celebrates the first true step toward freedom from slavery. In honor of Juneteenth, we […]

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Lead

Genuine leadership is called for now more than ever.

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Is Your Boss a Bookcase?

I’m writing today to share with you a way to understand people that can help you, even under the most trying circumstances, maintain your perspective and choose your responses. It’s an unusual post as it’s based on a way of thinking that helped me navigate my divorce with more wisdom (or at least with less […]

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Truly Great Leadership

  If you’ve been part of our community for a while, you know that our Work, with a capital W, is helping individuals, teams, and organizations succeed through increasing the leadership of each and every person, regardless of role or title. As coaches and consultants, we work at the intersection of psychology and business and […]

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Oprah

Today is Martin Luther King Jr, and to honor his work around civil rights, we want to share with you a present-day voice advocating for a better world. On January 7th at the Golden Globes, Oprah gave a powerful speech about the importance of speaking up. The speech she gave was moving, and the reaction […]

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